A tender story of hope and regeneration.

Pandora lives alone, in a world of broken things. No one ever comes to visit, so she spends her time gathering and mending what she can. But when a bird falls from the sky, slowly her world begins to change… A modern-day story of hope and regeneration from award-winning author Victoria Turnbull.

Nominated for Bratislava Biennial of Illustration, 2017

‘A book of quiet but considerable power.’ 
Imogen Russell Williams, The Guardian

‘An alluring picture book about friendship and regeneration.’
Nicolette Jones, The Sunday Times

‘Turnbull continues to impress with her third book. Her work has a lyrical, dreamlike quality that draws the reader right in.‘ 
Fiona Noble, The Bookseller

‘I love this gentle story, beautifully illustrated and perfectly paced.’
Julie Danielson, Kirkus Reviews

‘A valuable ecological message, deftly delivered. Incandescent.’
Kirkus Reviews ★

‘As an artist, Turnbull has two crucial gifts: the power of imagination and the ability to make emotions visible.’
Publishers Weekly ★

‘This quietly stirring offering can be read on multiple levels: as a love letter to friendship, a warning against careless treatment of the environment, or as a testament to the power of hope.’
School Library Journal ★

‘A picturebook with an important message about love, friendship and faith. This is a story of and for our times. Essential’
Children’s Books Ireland

‘A sensitive and sweet meditation on some big themes. The story of nurture and care is a message that won’t be missed by readers of any age.’ 
Book Trust

‘Victoria Turnbull is a very gifted picture book creator and Pandora is a beautiful story of friendship, hope and renewal.’
Love Reading

‘A heart-wrenchingly emotive tale and one which ultimately offers great hope and prosperity.’
Picture Books Blogger

Hardback − £11.99
ISBN 9781847807496

Paperback − £6.99
ISBN 9781847807502

Published by —
Frances Lincoln Children’s Books (UK)
Clavis Publishing (Netherlands)
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (US)
Bohem Press (Germany)
Humanitas (Romania)
Polyandriya (Russia)
Terre Di Mezzo Editore (Italy)
Borim Press (Korea)